1. Reflecting on All That Derek Jeter Was

    On Thursday night, the crowd at Yankee Stadium erupted time and time again. DER-EK JE -TER... DER-EK JE -TER... DER-EK JE -TER! It was Derek Jeter 's final game in the Bronx, the last time he would don his iconic No...

    Gary  Phillips Written by Gary Phillips about 4 months ago 1,489 reads 0 comments

  2. Ranking the Top 20 South Americans to Play for Real Madrid

    From their very first days as an amateur football club, Real Madrid 's success has been built on bringing players from all four corners of the earth...

    Daniel  Edwards Written by Daniel Edwards about 4 months ago 7,961 reads 14 comments

  3. Frank Lampard and 5 Former Chelsea Players Who Have Returned to Haunt the Blues

    Frank Lampard ’s move to Manchester City on loan from MLS franchise New York City FC was always going to be controversial...

    Rowanne Westhenry Written by Rowanne Westhenry about 4 months ago 6,330 reads 11 comments

  4. We Remember: Yuvraj Singh Hits Stuart Broad for 6 Sixes in 2007 World T20

    It was seven years ago today that Yuvraj Singh entered the record books after smashing England's Stuart Broad for six sixes in an over at the 2007 World T20. We take a look back at that historic night in Durban...

    Chris Bradshaw Written by Chris Bradshaw about 4 months ago 8,180 reads 2 comments

  5. The Evolution of Formula 1 Pit Stops: Speed and Consistency

    A popular military saying goes, "Slow is smooth; smooth is fast." That is certainly true for Formula One pit stops, where up to 20 people wait motionless as a race car flies toward ...

    Matthew Walthert Written by Matthew Walthert about 4 months ago 2,066 reads 0 comments

  6. How Andrew Luck Compares to NFL Greats at Age 25

    Friday marks the 25th anniversary of Andrew Luck 's birth. This is, of course, only notable to non-relatives of Luck due to his uncanny ability to throw a football...

    Matt Madsen Written by Matt Madsen about 5 months ago 684 reads 0 comments

  7. Texas Rangers on Pace for Historic Failure

    Just three years removed from a second consecutive appearance in the World Series, the Texas Rangers are on the verge of breaking a 41-year-old record...

    Trey Warren Written by Trey Warren about 5 months ago 2,330 reads 9 comments

  8. Dream Team II: The U.S. Team That Time Forgot

    Twenty years ago, the NBA was coming off the first full season without Michael Jordan. After riding a decade-plus Michael-Magic-Larry ascension, the league was suddenly depicted ...

    Vincent Thomas Written by Vincent Thomas about 5 months ago 290,680 reads 159 comments

  9. 5 Classic Real Madrid-Atletico Madrid Derby Moments

    Derby matches between Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid have often been one-sided, but both sides of the divide have had their moments. This Saturday, the two meet in the Spanish league for the latest chapter in their rivalry...

    Samuel Marsden Written by Samuel Marsden about 5 months ago 7,542 reads 6 comments

  10. Remembering LeBron James' Best Moments from First Stint with Cleveland Cavaliers

    LeBron James is back with the Cleveland Cavaliers , which means a return to prosperous times for the recently troubled franchise...

    Greg Swartz Written by Greg Swartz about 5 months ago 24,518 reads 102 comments

  11. Starting Season 2-0 Has Proven to Be Good Barometer for Super Bowl Contenders

    You will be hearing the numbers soon enough...everywhere. Getting off to a 2-0 start has always been one of the gauges when it comes to making the playoffs under the current 12-team format...

    Russell S. Baxter Written by Russell S. Baxter about 5 months ago 2,919 reads 7 comments

  12. BYU vs. Texas: The Game That Changed the Course of Texas Football

    A storm rolled through Provo, Utah on Sept. 7, 2013, and not the one that caused a two-hour rain delay. This storm was much bigger. What followed caused one of the biggest shake ups in recent Texas football history...

    Taylor Gaspar Written by Taylor Gaspar about 5 months ago 14,513 reads 85 comments

  13. Rory McIlroy Drives No. 1 at Cherry Hills CC in BWM Practice Round

    It was a big deal when Arnold Palmer drove the first green at Cherry Hills Country Club in the final round of the 1960 U.S. Open. At that time, the U.S. Open finished on a Saturday, and contestants played 36 holes...

    Kathy Bissell Written by Kathy Bissell about 5 months ago 4,033 reads 1 comments

  14. Notre Dame Football: The 10 Best Games in the Michigan-Notre Dame Rivalry

    You have probably heard, but Saturday night's game between Michigan and No. 16 Notre Dame will be the last between the two rivals for the foreseeable future, as Notre Dame reconfigures its schedule to allow for five games annually against ACC opponents..

    Matt Smith Written by Matt Smith about 5 months ago 8,560 reads 28 comments

  15. James Harrison Retires as One of Steelers' Great Underdog Success Stories

    Former Pittsburgh Steelers and Cincinnati Bengals linebacker James Harrison announced his retirement on Saturday...

    Andrea Hangst Written by Andrea Hangst about 5 months ago 7,819 reads 18 comments

  16. Memorable Bulls-Cavaliers Rivalry Picks Up Right Where It Left Off

    One of the NBA 's least talked-about rivalries is set to begin a new chapter, one perhaps bigger than any that have come before it...

    Greg Swartz Written by Greg Swartz about 5 months ago 52,676 reads 429 comments

  17. Throwback Thursday: Robbie Fowler Scores Fastest Premiership Hat-Trick

    It was on August 28 in 1994 when  Liverpool legend Robbie Fowler scored the fastest ever Premiership hat-trick against Arsenal at Anfield...

    Lee Walker Written by Lee Walker about 5 months ago 5,450 reads 8 comments

  18. Jeff Whitaker's Hard-Fought Return to the Top of Auburn's Depth Chart

    AUBURN, Ala. — Even without the likes of Dee Ford and Nosa Eguae , Auburn's defensive line is loaded with players who made their mark on the field in 2013...

    Justin Ferguson Written by Justin Ferguson about 5 months ago 2,068 reads 3 comments

  19. Georgia vs. Clemson: An Endangered College Football Rivalry

    The best college football rivalries are defined by tenure and consistency. Alabama and Auburn’s “Iron Bowl” has been played 78 times and every single year since 1948...

    Andrew Hall Written by Andrew Hall about 5 months ago 11,797 reads 49 comments

  20. Arsenal's 5 Worst Summer Transfer Deals of the Last 10 Years

    With a week to go in the transfer window, Arsenal fans are still hoping for some new arrivals. However, any acquisition will be a gamble. It's impossible to guarantee a signing's success...

    James McNicholas Written by James McNicholas about 5 months ago 14,521 reads 27 comments

  21. Glenn Hoddle's 10 Greatest Tottenham Hotspur Moments

    It has been 11 years since Glenn Hoddle was last at White Hart Lane in a coaching capacity. This weekend, the former Tottenham Hotspur player and manager returns with Queens Park Rangers ...

    Thomas Cooper Written by Thomas Cooper about 5 months ago 2,528 reads 2 comments

  22. The Earthquake Kids Revisited

    It's the 1994 Little League World Series, and Matt Fisher is feelin' the between-innings music. This, he will remember...

    Mike Bass Written by Mike Bass about 5 months ago 106,559 reads 30 comments

  23. We Remember: 20 August 2008 and 2009, When Usain Bolt Broke 200M Records

    Usain Bolt has redefined sprinting, with some incredible performances and some world records it's hard to imagine beating...

    Mark Patterson Written by Mark Patterson about 5 months ago 7,405 reads 3 comments

  24. Reliving 4 Memorable Matches for Arsenal in Turkey

    Arsenal are about to travel to Turkey to face Besiktas in the Champions League qualifying round. It's a huge match for the club, who know they must be in Europe's elite competition if they are to satisfy the ambitions of their star-studded squad.

    James McNicholas Written by James McNicholas about 6 months ago 7,671 reads 0 comments

  25. Comparing a Formula 1 Car in 2014 with Its Equivalent from 2004

    Formula One has changed a lot over the last decade. Conspicuous consumption has given way to token attempts at cost-cutting, Hermann Tilke's creations dominate a landscape once filled with variety and the "racing incident" has all but disappeared...

    Neil James Written by Neil James about 6 months ago 6,053 reads 7 comments